Jennifer A. Chin (cswallow) wrote,
Jennifer A. Chin
cswallow

Little shrimpies

I'm not really sure what the title of this post is about, but I'm eating shrimp ceviche right now so I thought little shrimpies would be an appropriate name. I think Shrimp used to be a nickname for me from my dad.

Well, it's Friday. It's been the shortest week ever thanks to the Google Disneyland trip. That was fun, I felt like a child again. I won't get too much into it, except to say that Disneyland is a magical place, and anywhere that can make us pampered Google employees feel like we're being treated extra-extra-special, is an amazing place indeed.

Days are longer now, and with it comes a noticeable lift of moods from yours truly. The best feeling in the world is leaving work and seeing that the sun is still up and you have some precious minutes of daylight left! For once I don't feel stressed out about work. Things are progressing kindly and I appear to be mostly on top of everything to be done.

Two more weeks to my first ballroom competition with Derrick. One more week to Jack Chung's wedding in Moses Lake, WA. We've been reading about body systems in my Environmental Studies class. I think it's fascinating. Who knew that biology was sooo interesting? I don't remember that at all from high school. Hm, maybe I should have been a doctor after all ;o)

And I'm working on getting stronger every day. I signed up to run Bay to Breakers, and will probably figure out some kind of training schedule/milestones over the weekend. I also got myself a Theraband, which is like a glorified stretching/strengthening device. I've found, though, that if I use it on the same day that I practice, my whole body feels like jelly while I'm dancing. No dice!

What else, I think that's it for now. I'm sliding along right now, just living, trying to be good, and I'm curious about everything.
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